Relationship Between Velocity of Blood Flow and Cross-Sectional Area
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Relationship Between Velocity of Blood Flow and Cross-Sectional Area
Figure 10.4 • Relationship between Velocity of Blood Flow and Cross–Sectional Area – Proceeding downstream from the aorta, branching of arterial vessels increases total cross–sectional area and thus results in diminished velocity of blood flow from the aorta to the capillaries. Velocity increases from the capillaries to the large veins with the confluence of vessels and the resulting decrease in total cross–sectional area.

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Netter's Essential Physiology
Netter's Essential Physiology
Author: Susan E. Mulroney, Adam K. Myers
Chapter: Flow, Pressure, and Resistance
Page: 111
 
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